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Louisiana's "Year of Music" Begins!

2013 is the official “Year of Music” in Louisiana. To kick off this celebration, Louisiana Tourism and the Oxford American have joined together to bring you the Louisiana Soundtrack Experience: five events across the state that will showcase Louisiana's great musical heritage.
Department: MUSIC
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ISSUE 50: Dale Hawkins

From our 2005 Southern Music Issue, an article by Lauren Wilcox on larger-than-life musician Dale Hawkins, famous for the chart-busting tune "Susie Q" as well as a heap of other rockin songs.
Department: Vault
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Louis Armstrong: 10 Recordings of Consequence

1. “Just Gone,” recorded by King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band, in Richmond, Indiana, on April 5, 1923 (Gennett Records). This is the first recording on which Armstrong appeared. Having worked in Joe “King” Oliver’s shadow since 1919, when he replaced the older musician in Kid Ory’s New Orleans-based band, Armstrong joined Oliver’s Chicago band in 1922, playing second cornet behind Oliver for much of 1923 and appearing with Oliver on recordings for four different record labels.
Department: MUSIC
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ISSUE 79: Louisiana as the Cradle of American Music

Music has always been the glue, the shared heritage, the defining gesture and common language of this exotic Bible-thumping/Afro-Caribbean/Euro-redneck/Cajun-Creole mix known as Louisiana, the place where all music comes from.
Department: MUSIC
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